Book Review: Confessions-Julian

Title: Confessions- Julian

Author: Ella Frank

Rating: 4 stars

 

Julian continues where Robbie left off. I was excited to continue Robbie, Julian and Joel’s story as more is revealed, especially considering Julian’s past- which is one of the main focuses of the book.

 

Robbie has just moved into Julian and Priest’s apartment, finding his place among the couple. There is nothing but acceptance, all enjoying the connection they share. Even though Julian and Priest have so much history together, both make Robbie feel welcomed and make him feel like he belongs.

 

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Book Review: Love Beyond Words

Title: Love Beyond Words

Author: Emma Scott

Rating: 4.5 stars

 

Natalie has experienced a lot of pain in her life after losing her parents young. Now, almost alone apart form two friends, she goes to school during the day and works at a coffee shop at night. She passes her time quietly, reading her favourite author Rafael Melendez Mendón.

 

One night, Julian Kovač comes to the cafe beginning something that neither expects. Julian comes in night after night, writing in his notebook. Natalie watches him in fascination and soon they begin speaking more than just pleasantries, thus leading to more.

 

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Book Review: The Wild Heir

Title: The Wild Heir

Author: Karina Halle

Rating: 4.5 stars

 

If you’ve read The Swedish Prince, then you’ve met the Crowned Prince of Norway, Magnus. I was excited to see Magnus getting his own story and it was everything I wanted it to be.

 

After a scandal has broken out involving Magnus, it’s come to a point in his life where he needs to make some big decisions and changes. He needs to clean up his image to live life as he has and become King. He decides that he wants the crown and his parents decide that marriage is the best course of action.

 

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Book Review: One Baby Daddy

Title: One Baby Daddy

Author: Meghan Quinn

Rating: 4 stars

 

I have been excited for Hayden’s story for awhile now, since reading Back in the Game and Three Blind Dates so I was excited when I saw that it was finally available.

 

Hayden is a professional Hockey player and after a rough end to his Rookie season, he decides to spend some time in his hometown with his friends. During this time he meets Adalyn. They hit it off instantly, I loved their relationship and their banter.

 

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Book Review: In This Life

Title: In This Life

Author: Cora Brent

Rating: 4 stars

 

Nash lives a very solitary life in Oregon when he gets a call that changes everything. His father and step-mum are killed, leaving his four-month old brother without any parents. Nash doesn’t know much about babies but he is now responsible for another person. But the moment he sees Colin he feels a sense of protection and responsibility for him.

 

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Book Review: Intrepid

Title: Intrepid

Author: Keri Lake

Rating: 4 stars

 

Set in the backdrop of a bleak Detroit, in the Vigilante world comes a dark tale of murder, revenge and romance. Sera is a Criminal Justice student who has moved out to Detroit to get away from her father. During a night out at a party with her roommates at an abandoned building she meets Ty, while getting some ‘air’.

 

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Book Review: Jock Row

Title: Jock Row

Author: Sara Ney

Rating: 5 stars

 

This book was so freaking CUTE! It was adorable and really made me smile and one of those feel good stories. What starts out as an unlikely friendship turns into something much more.

 

Scarlett, recovering from a cold and would much rather stay at home and watch Netflix but instead she is dragged to a party on Jock Row  by a couple of her friends. However, during this party she is labeled a “cockblocker’ by a couple of the guys. Rowdy Wade, the captain of the baseball team has the unfortunate pleasure of having to kick her out of the party.

 

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Book Review: Punk 57

Title: Punk 57

Author: Penelope Douglas

Rating: 4 stars

 

I had a lot of expectations for this book as I know it’s a favourite of some of the book bloggers I follow. But I didn’t love it as much as I thought I would. Teenage drama is something I only like in small amounts but this book was overflowing. Although I would say this is more NA or mature YA, it is not my preference of reading. But there was still a lot that I liked about the book.

 

Two kids from neighboring towns get assigned as pen pals several years prior to the opening of the story. Ryen Trevarrow and Misha Lare have an unbreakable friendship that has thrived through letter writing. They have always been there for the other when they needed someone to talk to.

 

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